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AMC Hollywood Galaxy 6
7021 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 957-9246. Six screens, 2,400 seats; convenient underground parking.
American Cinematheque
(See Egyptian Theatre) 6712 Hollywood Blvd (between Las Palmas MacCadden Place).
24-hour Information Line: (323) 466-FILM (3456). Bringing the world of the moving picture to the film capital of the world since 1984, the American Cinematheque presents film and video programs which span the classics and world cinemas to the outer frontiers of the art form. Presents Forever Hollywood, a 55-minute film comprised of footage dating back to the earliest days of the industry. Sat Sun, 2 and 3:30pm
Arclight Hollywood
6360 Sunset Blvd., (323) 464-4226. Innovative

"Freaky Friday", Disney release, Aug. 6.

 cinema concept incorporates a two level cafe/bar, retail, exhibit areas, Cinerama Dome and 14 new theatres.

Autry Museum of Western Heritage
4700 Western Heritage Way, (323) 667-2000. The Autry offers engaging learning experiences about the different cultural facets of the American West through film. All screenings are presented in the Wells Fargo Theatre.“The Reel Black Cowboys” Festival, Aug 2 3.
Cineplex Odeon Universal City 18
Hilltop at Universal City, (818) 508-0588. See a first run movie (something for everyone on 18 screens) and stroll through Universal City Walk.
Beyonce Knowles and Cuba Gooding, Jr. in "The Fighting Temptations", Paramount summer release.
American Film Institute
2021 N. Western Ave., (323) 856-7600. Established in 1967, AFI is the preeminent national arts organization dedicated to advancing and preserving the art of film, television and other forms of the moving image. AFI's programs promote innovation and excellence through teaching, presenting, preserving, and redefining this art form. The Louis B. Mayer Library is open to the motion picture community and also to the public on occasion. Call for a brochure of seminars workshops.
Events at the Arclight Theatre
July 2: Breath Control: The History of the Human Beat Box
July 9: Fischerspooner #1
July 24-27: Perspectives
El Capitan Theatre
6838 Hollywood Blvd., (800) DISNEY-6. A classic movie palace, built in 1925 and fabulously restored thanks to Disney and Pacific Theatres. Its outer lobby is a visual treat and the beautiful interior offers modern comfort and state-of-the-art sound. (See FAMILY PLACES)
Egyptian Theatre
(see American Cinematheque)
6712 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 466-FILM (3456). Spectacularly restored courtyard captures the magic of times gone by. Interior has been updated for today's film audiences. (See PLACES)
Thru July 15, 5th Annual Mods Rockers Festival
July 18-31, Latino International Film Festival
Aug 19-20, Down Under Wonders
Aug 28-Sept 1, Cinecon
Sept 3, Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival Program
Sept 4, Rita Hayworth Tribute
Sept 5-7, Chris Marker Series
Sept 12-21, 3-D Film Festival
Sept 24-28, Resfest
Grauman's Chinese Theatre
6925 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 464-6266. First run movies in the world’s most famous movie theatre. (See PLACES)
The Group at Strasberg
7936 Santa Monica Blvd., (323) 650-7777. Monthly film screenings with speakers following.
Laemmle’s Fairfax Cinema
7907 Beverly Blvd, (323) 655-4010. Three theatres. Box office opens daily at 1pm.
Laemmle’s Sunset 5
8000 Sunset Blvd., (323) 848-3500. Hollywood's newest theatre complex. Revivals, art films and more. Free parking.
LA Film School
6363 Sunset Blvd., (323) 860-0789. A one-year intensive professional training program in motion pictures, television, and new media. The program specializes in Cinematography, Directing, Editing, Producing, Production Design, and Sound Recording and Mixing.
Los Feliz 3
1822 N. Vermont Ave., (323) 664-2169. Converted neighborhood theatre presents first run movies;
3 screens.
Mann's Chinese 6
6801 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 464-6266. Six new state-of-the-art auditoriums with stadium seating, part of the Hollywood Highland complex. New VIP lounge and seating.  
Tobey Maguire in "Seabiscuit", Universal release, July 25
New Beverly Cinema
7165 Beverly Blvd., (323) 938-4038. Revivals and art films. $5 admission.
Pacific Grove Stadium 14
189 The Grove Drive, Third Fairfax, (323) 691-0829. All 14 theatres are stadium style seating, with wall to wall curved screens, state of the art sound and spacious reclining seats. Purchase tickets inside the lobby or pre-order tickets from the theatre concierge.
Regent Showcase
614 N. La Brea, (323) 934-2944. Restored 450-seat, one screen, neighborhood house presents first-run movies.
Rocket Video
726 N. LaBrea Ave., (323) 965-1100. “Rocket Event Thursdays” Q A sessions with people in the film industry. Call for schedule.
Silent Movie Theatre
611 N. Fairfax, (323) 655-2520. The nation’s last movie house devoted solely to silent films.
The Silent Society
Periodic screenings at different locations, (323) 937-0776. Devoted to preserving the art of silent film.
Universal Citywalk IMAX Theatre
100 Universal City Plaza, (818) 662-4630. Six stories high and 8 stories wide screen. For 3D films, you'll don a set of high-tech 3D headsets and step into a new dimension.
Vine Theatre
6321 Hollywood Blvd., (323) 463-6819. Double features daily for $5.
Vista Theatre
4473 Sunset Blvd., (323) 660-6639. Small over 75 year old neighborhood theater offers first run features. This beautiful theater reflects the Egyptian influence popular in the late 1920’s.